Sandi and Phil have lived in their park-filled waterfront neighbourhood for years. But with the arrival of their baby boy, they've suddenly outgrown their one-room loft-style apartment, and are searching for an allergy-free forever home where they can put down roots.
The Property Brothers step in with a plan to maximize the couple's nest egg, but winning Sandi's trust is job number one. Drew leads them to a house with great bones and successfully leverages the results of a home inspection at the negotiating table. Meanwhile, Jonathan is determined to transform a sagging century home into a showpiece, but from the basement to the roof, he uncovers every imaginable setback.
With a baby on the way, Emily and Ken are searching for the perfect suburban home close to family. And since their condo sold more quickly than expected, they're crashing in her sister's basement until they find 'the one'.
The Property Brothers step in with a custom solution, but since the couple's target area is only a few blocks wide, the hunt for a fixer-upper proves particularly tricky. Later, it's up to Jonathan to transform a dated canvas into a mid-century modern masterpiece, but the costly surprises start piling up even before the walls come down.
Andrew and Phil are engaged and homeless. And as they couch surf their way around the city, these soon-to-be-weds are desperate to find a sprawling downtown home of their own.
Phil is hands-on and Andrew has an eye for design, and together with the Property Brothers, they're determined to transform a dog-friendly fixer-upper with dream home potential. Drew agrees to present a lowball offer that leads to a surprising outcome. Meanwhile, Jonathan tackles a total gut job. The result is a blank slate for Andrew's modernist vision, but Phil has three veto votes to ensure the result is fit for two.
Kyle and Jackie are living at her mom's until they find a home of their own. And though they've got a healthy budget, they've set their sights on one of the city's priciest neighborhoods.
With their demanding jobs and lifestyle, the couple has no time for renovations, so the Property Brothers step in with a real estate intervention. The house hunt gets off to a rocky start, but Drew soon teaches them how to succeed in a competitive market. Later, Jonathan pulls off a minor miracle to deliver an out-of-stock flooring option while his clients overthink his rustic-modern design.
Since they sold their downtown condo, Leslie and Tim have been living with her parents. And though they both agree it's time to move into a home of their own, she prefers the city while he wants to live in the burbs.
Jonathan and Drew step in to find a dog-friendly fixer-upper with forever-home potential, but their first job is getting Leslie and Tim to agree on location. Following Drew's advice eventually allows them to secure a hot property in a competitive market. Later, Jonathan faces a basement flood while coming up with a contemporary design that will earn Mom's seal of approval.
Juggling after-school activities and busy careers, Mark and Eugenie haven't had much time for house hunting. And while the couple has a luxurious list of must-haves, the Property Brothers warn they'll need to compromise if they want to box up their rental situation for good.
Encouraging the couple to keep an open mind, Drew comes up with a creative range of options including a sprawling showstopper that might just deliver everything on their wish list. During demolition, the added repairs add up faster than anyone expected. Jonathan comes up with a germophobe-friendly solution for the massive fireplace. But even with the budget stretched to the max, the couple rejects nearly every one of his money-saving options.
Tennis pros Jessica and Nathan have been living a cramped condo lifestyle for way too long. And now they're desperate to find a sprawling home in the country where they can put down roots and entertain family in style.
Drew jumpstarts their new life by finding a perfect suburban home with everything on their wish list. But as the walls come down, Jonathan and his shell-shocked clients are faced with massive repairs from the foundation to the roof. Somehow Jessica and Nathan manage to take it all in stride as Jonathan vows to work his contractor magic.
With three kids and another one on the way, Dave and Lizzy are desperate to get out of their rental and into the home of their dreams. But they’ve been house hunting for years already, and their due date is fast approaching.
Jonathan and Drew step in with a real estate intervention that starts with a targeted house hunt. But getting the couple to compromise on style is job number one. During demolition, Jonathan uncovers a laundry list of small issues, but is determined to give the kids everything on their wish lists. Meanwhile, Lizzy steps in with an innovative solution for a pricey fix as Dave works on a surprise for hardworking Lizzy.
Along with their three small children, Debra and Dan are squeezed into a tiny urban condo. And though they’d prefer to stay in the heart of the city, it’s time to find the sprawling suburban home of their dreams.
After five rentals in four years, Barbra and Greg are ready to put down roots in a home of their own. They’ve finally found their ideal neighbourhood, but with three kids under three, they have no time to make it happen.
Busy parents Kevin and Shirley desperately want to cut down their daily commute so they can spend more time with their daughters and one another. But they sold the house they loved more quickly than anticipated and now they’re stuck in rental limbo.
Monique and coach Carl have been house hunting for five long years, but since he’s fixated on a move-in ready mansion their search could drag on forever. Luckily, they don’t have that kind of time, and with their lease up in only two months, it’s time to get decisive.
Busy parents Dorothy and John have been crashing in his parents’ basement, and with baby number two on the way they’re desperate to find a home of their own. It’s a race against time, and the Property Brothers step in with a plan.
Tyler and Lindsay love their waterfront lifestyle, but their tiny condo is giving them the squeeze. They desperately need a family home where they can put down roots, but finding a property in their exclusive neighbourhood will mean compromising on their wish list.
Confined to a tiny home in a hot neighbourhood, Katie, Michael, and their three daughters quickly sold their property. But now they’re squeezed into a one-bedroom rental until the Property Brothers can find them their forever home.
Newlyweds, busy professionals, and animal lovers, Sophie, Tim, and their two dogs are determined to get out of his cramped condo. But with their mile-long wish list, finding a perfect modern property will take a minor miracle.
Stephanie and Marc are getting frustrated with their house hunt. They’ve been outbid on a series of properties in the city, and the Property Brothers try to sell them on a radically different approach.
Along with their two little ones, Rave and Michelle are staying with his parents while hunting for the perfect suburban home. And though they’re a close-knit family, living under one roof is proving too close for comfort.
In order to cut down on his monster commute, George and Jenn want to move closer to family and friends. And while that’s something they both agree on, they’re miles apart when it comes to design.
Tre and Amanda have been living in a rental for nearly three years, and as the kids get bigger their temporary home seems to be getting smaller. They’re ready to find a permanent place of their own and are determined to stay in their exclusive lakefront community.